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Air miles programs should be banned and a levy on frequent flyers implemented in order to reduce carbon emissions from aviation, the UK government's climate advisory body has said in a new report.
Air miles programs should be banned and a levy on frequent flyers implemented in order to reduce carbon emissions from aviation, according to new research.
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Michael Hamilton Oct 14
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Smh
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AM ANDY M. Oct 14
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Ban flying altogether
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Chris Hamilton Oct 14
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Please be trolling.
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giorrgeĀ© Oct 14
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Very silly
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Queens Wolf Oct 14
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Lol, I knew these are what they want. The big guns won't listen to your cries
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Maralyn Oct 14
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Just invest in bio jet fuel.
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Carole Oct 15
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Creating bio fuels are carbon intensive, too.
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NuhnYaBiz Oct 14
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They seem to be smoking something cheap
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Mariann Ventura Oct 14
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I totally agree. We need to cut air traffic by at least 50% if our children are going to have any kind of future. I'm so sick of people putting themselves in front of future generations. Sickening.
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BanPrivateJets Oct 14
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Agree with you! But how to chose which half to chop? Remember, not flown miles are equal, some pollute most and satisfy less legitimate benefits. Hence for starters , then hit the remaining frequent fliers by banning first&business class.
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